Tag: drought

Winter Rain Keeps On Coming

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CALIFORNIA—After a winter with an abnormally high amount of precipitation, showers are expected beginning this week, on Sunday and Monday. Last weekends rainfall through Southern California...

Drought Regulations Not Lifted By State’s Water Board

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CALIFORNIA—The California State Water Resource Control Board on February 1 voted to extend the water conservation rules till the month of September despite heavy...

Los Angeles Reduces Water Use By 20 Percent

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LOS ANGELES—On February 2, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that the city of Los Angeles has reduced its water use by 20 percent, meeting...

Santa Monica Maintains Emergency Drought Measures

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica indicated in a press release, due to long-term effects of drought, that it will maintain its current drought restrictions...

Drought In California Not Affecting Santa Monica

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica is setting an example for  water conservation despite close to 60 percent of the state of California suffering from drought...

West Hollywood Wins Emmy For Water Conservation PSA

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood received an Emmy Award during the Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards presentation on July 23 in the category of...

Santa Monica Continues Strict Drought Measures

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SANTA MONICA—Heavy winter snow storms in the Sierras and heavy rains continuously hit Northern California prompting the State of California and the Metropolitan Water...

Beverly Hills Continues Strict Water Conservation

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BEVERLY HILLS—After completing a water demand analysis and incorporating information provided by the Metropolitan Water District, the city of Beverly Hills will maintain its...

Residents Eligible To Receive Rain Barrels

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—On Tuesday, February 9, the city of West Hollywood announced they will join cities like Beverly Hills and Culver City in an upcoming...

Water Rate Service Increase Possible For 2016

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills City Council held a public hearing on Tuesday, January 5 to discuss the possibility of a water service rate increase....

El Niño Drenching California

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LOS ANGELES—As El Niño drenches California along the Pacific Coast, people are fearing that mudslides and other problems will ensue, according to the CS Monitor....

When It Rains It Pours

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UNITED STATES—For those who do not remember ancient history, this wet stuff that fell from the sky recently is known as “rain." It used...

“Wet Prince Of Bel Air” Irks Residents

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BEL AIR—According to reports, Bel Air residents are trying to figure out the identity of the individual who has been named the “The Wet...

Beverly Hills, Others Penalized For Wasting Water

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BEVERLY HILLS—State regulators are penalizing Beverly Hills and other water suppliers for exceeding water conservation ordinances. According to the Los Angeles Times, Indio, Redlands and...

Excessive Water Usage Spurs City Council To Take Action

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BEL AIR—The community of Bel Air, known for being the home of many of the richest residents, is receiving a crackdown from The Los Angeles...

Santa Monica Updates Water Use Penalties

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica has updated its Water Use Allowance and will implement fines for residents who fail to reduce their water...

Beverly Hills To Decrease Water Restrictions

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BEVERLY HILLS—On Wednesday, September 2, the Beverly Hills City Council voted to approve amendments to the Stage D emergency water conservation ordinance that was...

BH Businesses Receive Waterless Urinal Rebate

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BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills has offered businesses a $500 rebate for every waterless urinal that they install. Since California has entered its fourth...

Lawn Rebate Program Runs Dry

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LOS ANGELES—The Metropolitan Water District's rebate budget has been depleted by the large number of people removing their lawns for more drought-resistant alternatives and...

California State Parks Reduce Water Usage

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MALIBU–Starting on July 15, California State Parks will eliminate outdoor rinsing stations. This will not affect any of the indoor stations. It was discovered that more...
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